March 8, 2010 | Digital Life

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Facebook is one of the largest sites on the Internet.

But most people don’t know the story of how it was founded.

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February 24, 2010 | Interesting Web Sites

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I found out about a new social media organization service called Cadmus the other day.

If you’re active in social networking like Twitter, you probably get a lot of updates in your incoming streams.

Cadmus organizes these streams and prevents you from having to wade through duplicates.

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February 5, 2010 | Digital Security

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I wrote the other day about social media backup with a new service called Backupify.

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January 30, 2010 | Digital Security

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These days many people prefer to have their applications in the cloud, instead of hosting them by themselves.

For example, people who use Gmail prefer accessing e-mail through a web browser instead of downloading their e-mail and viewing it with an e-mail program.

But what happens if Google loses your e-mail? The answer, for some, might be Backupify, a new cloud backup service.

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January 20, 2010 | Uncategorized

eMotion Social Connect Digital Photo Frame

It had to happen some time, I suppose. Digital photo frames, which up until now have just been limited to displaying photos from your USB flash drive, have not only Wi-Fi, but are also doing something with that Wi-Fi. The new generation of digital photo frames are social networking-enabled. They’ll download and display photos from [...]

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